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MASSAHQUA PAW - AMSS4PfQ(M - PiAfMfOGC EDITION 




Vol, 3 No. 2 



Wednesday, December 13, 1961 



Massapequa Park, L.I. New York 



Entered OS ■•cend clnm* matter at 
the Maeiopequo ParV Po«t Office. 



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Peqvan Swaps Throttle Ht Organ 




Fehrenbach Seeks 
More School Aid 



A Bear On the 



Jimmy Kiebler of 50 Pennsylvania Avenue Maasa- 
pequa, who spends most of the year piloting trains, 
will swap his throttle for the twin organ keyboards 
from December 18 through 30. He'll be on hand in 
the main LIRR concourse from 3 to 8 p. m. 

Mostly, jimmy plays Christmas States and Canada, expressing 



Taxpayers in the Massapequa, Farmingdale and 
. Ptainedge school districts will benefit from substan- 
LoOSe - In Pequa? tial tax relief next year, by virtue of state aid, if the 

bills pre-filled last week by Assemblyman Edwin J. 
Fehrenbach of Bethpage ar e passed. 

One bill suggests a hike In the 
foundation level on which state aid 






carols and old-time favorites re- 
quested by commuters who want to 
indulge in a little barber-shop- 
style harmony. But this year — 
from 6 to 6:40 p.m. Tuesday, De- 
cember 19 — Jimmy will have 34 
youthful voices helping him along. 
A n Oriental touch will be added 
this year to the annual Christmas 
season apnea ranee of the Long 
Inland Rail Fuel's musical >s3glR- 
r at Pen Station, 
The voices make up the World 
Vision Korean Orphan Choir, which 
j >»," ill sandwich a serenade to Long 
Island commuters between an 
afternoon videotape recording ses- 
sion for the Ed Sullivan Show and 
• .evening appearance at Garden 
Mtfj"' 'rthelfr.rr.3tum. 
■Hat .r-olds a > e on a 
^Wr^roi j t M-Jk, e United 



through their voices the apprecia- 
tion of South Korea for aid given 
that war-torn country. Immediate- 
ly after the Penn Station -oncert, 
the choir will board the 6:49 Long 
Island train for Garden City. 

Jimmy, who has become almost 
as much a holiday fixture at Penn 
Station as a Christmas tree in die 
average home, has lined ups regu- 
lar pr.»°r.i « .of Chrlatmai -.:iusl< - 
But he fully expects to discard It 
after the first five or ten minutes 
as commuters* special requests 
begin piling up. 

Requests have become so much 
a pan of Jlmmy'sappearancesthat 
It's not «t all unusual to ffcid 100 
or vnofi commuters blithejy ig- 
noring J departure of trainjafter. 
train vtMle th«y sing along with 
him. 



Cleanup', Keynote of Mon. 
Village Board Meeting 



If you lived In a bear hunting 
region, It would not seem strange 
to come across a bear. But to be 
in the Crown Village Shopping 
Center last week and have someone 
ask you, "Haveyouseenabear?", 
is a little something else. 

"Hilly", a bear lives in a cage 
at the new Crown Village Pet 
Shop on Merrick Road. One night 
last week, the owners closed up 
shop and locked the door, as usual 
The next morning Honey Bear 
was gone. His cage was empty. 
There was some evidence that he 
had been looking over the other 
pets - kittens, rabbits, hamsters, 
a snake, but only one or two 
bags of food were overturned. 
But, "Billy" was not to be found. 
The owners then began thesearch. 
Other merchants in the shopping 
center were queried, but no bear. 
I ater that day, a de'^t rery man 
happened to look up Pi a carton 
which was placed high up on a 
shelf. There was "Billy" fast 
asleep. "Billy", has nocturnal 
habits, It was later discovered- 
he plays at night and sleeps all 
day. He is a Klnkjou bear, a 
native of South America. Accn-.d- 
Iik to the owners, a Kinkjox ^ tikes 
s*! •_■: vet Item pu. TiieyTJre very 
friendly. 1 ne most amazing thing 
about this kind of bear is that 
they are .so tiny. Biily weighs 
only four pounds about the size 
of a Teddy Bear - and he looks 
just like one too. 



A number of residents from Bar 
Harbour and another group of 
homeowners from the Wen wood 
section of Massapequa Park at- 
tended the public meeting of the 
Incorporated Village of Massa- 
pequa Park at Village HaU Front 
Street last Monday night to seek 
die help of the Board in correct- 
,ng what they termed "deplorable 
conditions". In their areas. 

The Bar Harbour residents were 
disturbed about the "unsanitary 
conditions" caused by an overflow 
of cesspools from the Bar Har- 
bour Shopping Center. Mayor Rob- 
ert J. Andrews said that the cess- 

il problem had been corrected 

lowing issuance of summonses. 

the group also decried papers 

,jid other refuse which accumulate 

ilung the fence in the rear of 

Bar Harbour Shopping Center. 

ay suggested that the Village 

iuld compel theCenter to adhere 
their original architectural 

. u tug which Included shrub- 
.,^ry to beautify the area. 

The group also asked the Village 

to look into the situation of the 

broken fence, and the need for a 

.<'."> tii, uous sidewalk at Harbor 

1 1 ne and Nassau. The group also 

oke of the hazardous condition 

used by shrubbery at the corner 

.larbor Lane. 

Among those who were present 

were: Dr. Anthony S. Valente of 

■3 Harbor Lane, Charles Jarow- 

k! of 67 Harbor .Lane and Alex- 

nder Palgen of 55 Harbor Lane. 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Plotktn of 



117 Clover Drive were concerned 
about the zoning of land east of 
Westwood Drive, It was surmised 
that they were worried over ru- 
mors that the Bar Harbour Shop- 
ping Center was thinking of build- 
ing garden apartments. Mayor An- 
drews showed them on the VUlage's 
zoning map that the entire area was 
zoned residential. Mayor Andrews 
said that no application to build 
garden apartments had been made. 

Mrs. Marian Panzer of Wenwood 
registered a complaint about the 
dumping of refuse in the Wenwood 
area, as did other homeowners 
present. 

Later, the Village Board read a 
report on the 4M Club building, 
now owned by Garden-O-Rama of 
Sunrise Highway from the Building 
Inspector, Al Zlmmer. Following 
the fire two weeks ago, Zlmmer in- 
spected the building. In his report 
he cited several hazardous con- 
ditions. A number of ceiling beams 
and roof beams were completely 
burned out. The north wall of the 
building Is buckled and the west 
wall at the north end is buckled 
and the parapet wall was parity 
demolished leaving a row of cement 
block tilted on edge thereby making 
a serious hazard. The front sides 
and rear areas of the building were 
filled with debris. The cesspool 
Is caved In. A number of holes are 
open In the rear end of the build- 
ing. Since the area Is zoned res- 
idential "A" the Building Inspector 
recommended that the building be 

(Continued on p"»« 20) 



Up District 23 

Teachers Salary Schedule 

In Unprecedented Move 

(_see page 6) 



Hospital Interest 
Gaining Momentum 

Momentum is growing in support 
of a public hospital on the Thorn 
estate in Massapequa despite the 
Christmas activities, according to 
Harold W. Tepfer, President of 
the Chamber of Commerce of the 
Ma ssa pequa s. 

Signatures are being added to 
petitions available in most of the 
stores In the Massapequa area and 
are directed to The Board of Super- 
visors of the County of Nassau and 
the Town Board of the Town of 
Oyster Bay. 

The petition requests that the 
parcel of land situated on the 
Nsrrhwert amT of Verrlck t -*J 
Unqua roads, (a plot of 42 acres 
extending westerly along Merrick 
Road and northerly up Unqua Road) 
be acquired for erecting and main- 
taining public hospital facility sim- 
ilar to Meadowbrook Hospital. The 
petition suggests that the new fa- 
cility should be either a branch of 
the *-* AfW'vfc, ;,'.*-. Hospital, u an 
entirely new ant; independent insti- 
tution unata oounty control and 
maintenance. 

Peqwa Teacher Urns 
Mtsic Aathor 

Pro Art Music Publishers of 
Westbury, have announced the pub- 
lication of several music books 
compiled and arranged by Igor 
Hudadoff , Band Director at Massa- 
pequa "s Parks Ide Junior High 
School. The publications will be 
available in February . 




Is calculated from the present 
$389.40 per pupil to $545. This 
'figure was arrived at by basing 
the aid on the state-wide median 
net current expenditure per pupil 
as a foundation figure. All school 
budgets are available, ahead of 
time and this figure can be deter- 
mined each year in this manner, 
according to Assemblyman Feh- 
renbach. 

According to A. Terry Weathers 
of Farmingdale, President of the 
Nassau Suffolk School Boards As- 
sociation, "This would cut local 
school property taxes by about 
25 percent" 

Fehrenbach com minted, how- 
ever rhar t the. Dlefer.icrf Cl.tt- 
mlttee comes up with a shared- 
cost' proposal, mis bill would go 
by the boards. 

In another bill which Fehrenbach 
pre-flled last week, high-tax 
school districts would receive 25 
per cent additional state aid. 
School districts which have tax 
raws exceeding ?1? j..^ I.00G 
would qualify. 

The third bill pre-ilUed in Al- 
bany by Assemblyman Fehrenbach 
would mean that union free school 
districts would receive the same 
amount of state aid as now going to 
central school districts having 
4,000 or more students. 

Fehrenbach said his measure 
would mean additional State aid of 
from $150,000 to $250,000 going 
to such communities as Plained ge, 
Farmingdale, Massapequa, and 
Bethpage. 

Under existing law central 
school districts receive a bonus 
of eight per cent for having 5,000 
or more children In average dally 
attendance. This policy was es- 
tablished to encourage consolida- 
tion of smaller school districts. 
Fehrenbach pointed out that the 
rapid growth of union free school 
districts had made the existing 
differential "archaic," 

The Nassau County assembly- 
man asserted that "homeowners 
In these overburdened districts are 
entitled to some relief In the form 
Of additional State aid." 

Pequa Jubilee 

The Massapequa merchants and 
businesses are busy with their 
Christmas jubilee promotion pro- 
gram. 

The merchants have wonderful 
surprises which include a trip to 
Florida which will be awarded at 
the Pequa Theatre on Friday, De- 
cember 22 at 9 p.m. 

Two free Kiddle Matinees will 
be offered at the Pequa Theatre on 
Friday, December 22 at 2 p.m. and 
at 3* P.M. 

Santa Claus will h- 
pequa fro^-j 



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TOB Councilman Marjorle R. Post cuts the ribbon at the opening 
ceremonies and open house celebration of the Hempstead Bank's new 
North Massapequa office at Hlcksville Road and Duff Place. Looking on 
(from left to right) are Robert K. Niddrle, Director; V<- &w m^- "W %-^ 

Assistant Cashier and Manager; Bn— Fashions For Pre Teens, Juniors & Women 

BAR HARBOUR SHOPPING CENTER 
MERRICK RD. MASSAPEQUA PARK 

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Open every night till Christmas 



Board: Mrs. Post; Misa Eileen V, 
Robert E. Scheuing, Executive Vir 
Vice-President. 



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A daughter, Elizabeth Ann, was Musicaro of 9 Rumson Road, 
bont to Mr, and Mrs. Domiiiick Massapequa. 



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Wednesday, December 13, 1 




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foMeef This Thursday 

The regular meeting of District 
18 Board of Education will be 
held this Thursday, December 14, 
at 8:30 P.M. at the Plainedge 
High School. 

St David's Choirs to 
Unite in frfe Service 

The Choirs of St. David's Luth- 
eran Church will present a Christ- 
mas Carol Service this Sunday, 
December 1 7, at 4 P.M. The special 
Service Is being presented by ail 
. four Choirs of theChurchunderthe 
direction of Mr. George P. Roper, 
Jr., Director of Music. 

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Members of the C.Y.O. Choir of 
Our Lady of Lourdes Church who 
entertained at a recent Christmas 
Buffet Supper were Kathleen 
Hunkele, Ellen Creede, Mrs. Jane 
Hunkele, Rosemary Terino and 
Eileen Fetherston. Co-chairmen 
of the holiday event were Mrs. 
Nancy Carty and Mrs. Helen Fitz- 



gerald. The Rev. Charles Steiger 
was presented with a Christmas 
gift from the Rosarlans. A skit 
"The End of a Perfect Day". 
written by Mrs. Adele Fagan, in- 
cluded in the cast Mrs. Cordelia 
Cardinale, Mrs. Mary Ellen 
Creede, Mrs. Nancy Carry, and 
Mrs. Alice Aeder. 



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Wednesday, December 13, 1961 



OBSERVER 



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Each year two foreign exchange 
students of the Herald Tribune 
Forum visit the United States and 
attend school at Massapequa High. 
Their visits teach us many truths 
about all people and also about 
their respective countries. In their 
visits to the United States the for- 
eign exchange students make new 
friends and gain an understanding 
of Americans and our great coun- 
try. A stab in the right direction 
toward a united world is the devel- 
opment of good will and better 
understanding among the different 
peoples of the world, die foreign 
exchange student program helps to 
do just that. 

Let us all make a special gesture 
of friendship to our foreign neigh- 
bors. Send these students joyous 



greetings as the Holiday season * b *B second family** and would 

surely appreciate holiday cards 
from their sponsors. Their ad- 
dresses are: 

Jack Platero code #AIC 2962 
Albuquerque Indian School 
Albu querque, New Mexico 

Athanaslos Panaylotakia 
code#OG310ST 
c/o Mrs. Theodore J. Pantas 
Save the Children Federation 
3 Mackenzie King Street 
Athens, Greece 
The scores from the Current 
Events Quiz have been totaled and 
there Is but one word for the re- 
sults pitiful I 

Among 1S7 students that partici- 
pated In the poll the average mark 
achieved was 64 per cent. Out of 54 
seniors taking an American His- 
tory course the average rating was 
68 per cent. The average rating for 
81 juniors taking World History 
was 67 per cent. Those students 
who at the present time are not 
taking any course in History the 
average mark achieved was 51 per 
cent. 

Don't forget coming soon at 
MHS's gym the Christmas Dance 



The addresses of last years ex- 
change students are 

Miss En Sook Lee 

217Bong San Dong 

Taegu City, Korea 
(postage air mail 25£) 

Mr. Graham B. D. Mcintosh 

Smuts House 

University of Cape Town 

Rondebosch, Cape 

Republic of South Africa 

(postage air mail 25f) 

Those of you who would like to 

welcome, via letter, the exchange 

students that will visit Massapequa 

High hi the spring, can write to: 

Mr. Ragnar R. Naess 

Skaadalsveien 25 

Vettakollen, Oslo 

Norway 

Miss Suzanne Reeder 

25 A Marryat Road 

Wimbledon S. W. 19 

United Kingdom 
Two adopted children of the 
"Save the Children Federation" 
regard Massapequa High School as 



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OBSERVER 



Wednesday, December 13, 1761 



Editorial 

Clergymen Show Concern 

More and more clergymen are beginning to wonder 
about where all the pre-ehrt almas commercialism is 
going to lead. 

Last Sunday, in one of the local churches, one of 
the padres made a plea not only to keep "Christ in 
Christmas" - where He belongs - but he carried it one 
step further. He asked the members of his congrega- 
tion, in written pledge form that they promise to send 
out only religious Christmas cards this year, in or- 
der to keep in tact the image of what the coming Holy 
Days represent, and that they promise to keep gift 
giving down to a minimum. 

The clergyman was evidentally trying to straighten 
out some parents who are going in for those expensive 
electronic toys which are filling the television screens 
at all hours of the late afternoon. We don't know how 
many parents are going to heed the advice, but human 
nature being what it is, it's going to take a lot of will 
power on the part of parents to say 'no 1 to all the new 
fang led toys that are as fascinating to adults as chil- 
dren. 

There's no doubt that many a child will not wind up 
with all that he wanted anyway. Primarily because, 
they are selling like hot cakes - besides what would 
Dad do on Christmas Day if he dldn*t have toys to play 
with - and still others to try to put together. 

The Giants Keep Coming 

With more and more of the larger stores finding 
their way to suburbia, many small merchants are be- 
ginning to wonder whether they can keep up with the 
competition for the consumer dollar. 

Up until two or three years ago, the vast majority 
of small local merchants were doing well. Many of 
tnenr are beginning to Worry that the giamVare cutting ' 
into their hometown dollar. As one merchant put it, 
"It's getting to the point to where even the giants are 
eating up the other giants" and forming mergers. 

We feel that there will always be room for the small 
merchant in the free enterprise system, but from 
here on in it might very well turn out to be the ' 'sur- 
vival of the fittest'. The merchant who provides good 
value, as well as courteous service and proves him- 
self a solid citizen in the community will always get 
his share of business. Gone are the days where you 
can rent an empty store and hope to live off the traffic 
that you hope the neighboring merchant will provide. 

The order-taking days are gone. H there were ever a 
time when the little guy should not try to row hiB own 
canoe and try to be an island onto himself, it is now. 
Tomorrow may be too late. 



The Inquiring 
OBSERVER 




People Places 
and Politics 

By Caroline Bunting Klesh 




By afco Dreyfuns 

QUESTION: What living person do 
you most admire, and why? 
ANSWERS: 

MRS. FLORENCE DE HAAN, 
President of the Farmingdale 
Board of Education, 905 Pulton St.. 

General Mac- 
Arthur, without 
any reservations 
whatsoever. I 

think he Is one of 
the most coura- 
geous, forthright, 
and one of the 
most brilliant 
men alive today. 

WALTER F. SUCALOS, attor- 
ney. 311 Hickory St., N. Massape- 
qua. 

Winston Chur- 
chill, author, 
statesman, leader 
and student of his- 
tory, who. In Us 
death struggle, 
with Hitler, never 
lost sight of the 
Soviet menace. 

MRS, RICHARD BIFULCO, ■ 
homemaker, 24 Bay Drive, Mass- 
apequa. 

It seems to me a 
good choice would 
be Albert 

Schweitzer, be- 
cause of his self- 
less devotion to 
humanity. He has 
given up every- 
thing to work for 
the people of 
Africa. 






DR. IRWIN KAPLAN, dentist, 
135 Block Blvd. Mass apequa Park, 

The person I 
most admire is 
my wife, because 
of her strength of 
character. There 
is a great deal 
that's hard to ex- 
press. You just 
have to have the 
experience of liv- 
ing with her to 
know what I mean. 




The Supreme Court of the State of New York reversed State Educa- 
tion Commissioner's JAMES B. ALLEN JR.'s decision on die use of 
school buildings for political forums. Allen had rendered the opinion 
that the Plalnedge Board of Education was wrong la giving permission 
to the Independent Voters Association (IVA) for holding a political 
debate In the Plalnedge High SchooL 

School Board Attorney - LEROY VAN NOSTRAND appealed the case 
along with another school district. The court reasoned that a meeting 
designed for the presentation of the views of all parties Is fundamentally 
a civic meeting and not a politics I meeting, and that school buildings 
may be used for non-partisan political forums. 

• » • 

As predicted in this column ARTHUR THOMPSON of Massapequa 
Park is going after a nomination for Trustee of the Incorporated 
Village of Massapequa Park. Artie who has been In politics his nobby 
in and on-and-off manner for the past eight years usually comes up 
with surprise announcements in the political goings on. 

• • * 

Nassau County Democratic Leader JACK ENGLISH made a state- 
ment last week that the county's new Congressional District lin es w ere 
given a secret last-minute revision to permit Assemblyman EDWIN 
J, FEHRENBACH of Bethpage torunfor Congress new year in the newly 
created Third District. This new revision Includes the small area 
where Eddie's new home is located. (Eddie moved recently.) He said 
that when the line was drawn originally Fehrenbach lived at 12 Ennes 
Ave., Bethpage. but that when Fenrenbach moved to 14 Manchester 
Drive, Bethpage the boundary line was swung off the expressway to 
pass east of Fehrenbacb's new home. 

It was surmised by the Democrats, that the liberal wing of ihe Re- 
publican Party (Rockefeller and Carllno) have not approved the voting 
records of STEVEN B. DEROUNIAN nor of FRANK BECKER. Bi* 
Becker being so deeply entrenched can't be touched, while DEROUNIAN 
could be replaced by FEHRENBACH - a liberal. 

FEHRENBACH says, 'Tm flattered, but there's not a scintilla of 
truth to it. I'm not Interested in Congress anyway, because I still have 
a job to do on State Aid for education in the Assembly. 

Democrats are screening possible candidates for the S tate A ssembly, 
Senate and Congress. So far, we hear, PAUL GOLDSTEIN'S name 
has been approved by the Democratic Massapequa South zone to run 
for Assembly. There has been some talk about wanting Farmlngdale s 
A TERRY WEATHERS for a candidate. Other names are being placed 

into the pot at this writing. More on this soon. 

• a * 

CLAUDE LOOS, will serve as DemocraUc Committeeman of the 
new 166th Election District, we learned from AL BERECHE. Farm- 
lngdale Democratic Leader. This district, with a Massapequa F 
address, does belong to Farmlngdale. 

With the new Congressional Rezonlng, the Norm Massapequa 
trlct will be Included In with the Town of Hempstead, which will 
It difficult for ALICE SCHUBERT, Democratic leader for this 
who brought in such a plurality with the Democrats this last election. 
• a * 

ARTHUR CRQMMARTY will probably be the Reptfcllcan Congres- 
sional candidate for this area. The Democrats In Farmlngdale are not 
conceding their choice for a Suffolk County candidate - at least, not - 

yet. 

» * • 

JOHN WHALEN and MIKE REINECKER sf Farmlngdale. Chairman 
of the Democratic dance last Saturday, are credited with a very suc- 
cessful affair with over 250 in attendance Including Massapequa's 
ALICE SCHUBERT, MIKE HANRAHAN, CLAUDE LOOS. JOHN BROCK- 
MAN, as well as MIKE PETtTO and MILDRED DEMARCO. 



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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 



Dear Editor. 

May we express our gratitude 
and sincere thanks for the vote of 
confidence given to us by the many 
voters who supported us in our 
successful bid for reelection to the 
positions which we now hold. 

We will continue in our efforts 
to provide the district with the most 



efficient expedient f ire marie serv- 
ice in the county by studying and 
keeping abreast of the newest and 
progressive developments of fire- 
matlcs. 

Clifford C. Williamson 

Harry Isaacs 

Commissioners, 

N. Massapequa Fire District 



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Frank J. Kl..h PUBLISHER 

Carolina Bunting KU*h EDITOR 

Edith Saamin FARMINGDALE ASSOCATE EDITOR 

Entwvd as tacond elms matter at lha Masnpaqua Pari Post Office. 

COMPOSITION RESPONSIBILITY 
This nawspopar will not ba I labia for error* appearing tn any 
advertising beyond tfio cost of tho aoaca occupied by tha arror. 

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THURSDAY DECEMBER 14 

9:45 A.M. Women's Club Bowling, 
Pequa Alleys, 145 Merrick Rd. 

7 P.M. Jr. Young People's Fellow- - 
ship Xmas Party at Grace 
Church Parish House 

7:30 P.M. Oyster Bay Town Zon- 
ing Appeals Board at Town Hall, 
Oyster Bay 

8:15 P.M. Woman's Club Evening 
Duplicate-Home of Mrs. Robert 
Niddrie, 95 Exeter Rd., Massa- 
pequa 

8:30 P.M. Board of Education Dis- 
trict 18 - regular meeting at 
Plalnedge High School 

8:30 P.M. Senior Choir Rehearsal 
at Methodist Church, Main St., 
Farmingdate 

9 P.M. Beth El Choral Group at 
Temple 

9 P.M. MJC Choir at Temple 
FRIDAY DECEMBER 15 



A public induction ceremony for Nassau County executive-elect 
Eugene H. Nicker son will take place on January 1 at 2:30 p.m. In the 
auditorium of the Nassau County Police Headquarters, Franklin 
Avenue, Garden City. 

The oath of office will be administered by Supreme Court Justice 
Mario Pitonni. 

Interested persons are invited to attend. 



Vol. 3 



ftadnasdoy, Daconow 13, 1961 



No. 2 



8 P.M. Massapequa Park Village 
Court at Village Hall 

8:30 P.M. Grace Church Informal 
Discussion group & film, at 
Floyd- J ones House .Massapequa 
SATURDAY DECEMBER 16 

8 P.M. Massapequa High School 
"Snowball Dance" at High 
School, Merrick Rd. 

9 P.M, Civics Party Annual Christ- 
mas Party at Village Hall 

9 I'.M, AAUW Annual Christmas 
Parry at South Oaks, Amltyvtlle 
SUNDAY DECEMBER 17 



3 P.M. Presbyterian Community 
Church Junior Dept. Xmas Party 
at Church, Pittsburgh Ave., 
Massspequa 

7 P.M. Jones Beach Star gazers. 
Field #1 Jones Beach State Park 

8 P.M. Presbyterian Community 
Church Ctibir presentation of 

, "The Christmas Story" at 
Church 

MONDAY DECEMBER j j) 

4 P.M. Harbor Green Women's 
Club & Civic Assn. Candlelight 
Tea at Grace Church Parish 
House, Massapequa 

7 P.M. Hunter Safety Class Farm- 
lngdale Rifles, 18 Hitchcock 
Lane, S. Farmlngdale 

8 P.M. Grace Church school tea- 
cher's meeting-training film to 
be shown at Parish House 

8 P.M. Elks meeting at Turner's. 
Massapequa 

8:30 P.M. Fort Neck Business & 
Professional Women's Club 
Christmas Party at Club 847, 
Crown Village, Massapequa 
Park 

8:30 P.M. Southedge PTA Meet- 
ing and Student Holiday Show 

9 P.M. SlBterhood MJC Military 
Bridge at Temple 

I1M1 ■ t tdftEMHEH 19 

12:15 P.M. Rotary Club at Sea 
Crest, Massapequa 
1:00 P.M. Mary Circle ol Pres- 



byterian Community Church at 
Church, Massapequa 

1:30 P.M. Woman's Club, Antiques 
fc Garden Depts. combined meet- 
ing. Home of Mrs. Joseph Bea to. 
139 Bel la ire Rd., Massapequa 

8: 15 P.M. Joanna Circle of Pres- 
byterian Community Church at 
Church. Massapequa 

9 P.M. Sisterhood of MJC Drama- 
tic Workshop at Temple 
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 20 

10 AJM. Senior Citizens VFWHall, 
Brooklyn Ave., Massapequa, 
Christmas Party 

1 P.M. Senior Citizens at St. Lukes 
Church, Farmlngdale 

6:30 P.M. Kiwanis Club at Casa 
Lou Restaurant, Fulton St., 
Farmlngdale 

7:00 P.M. Kiwanis Clubat Oisen's, 
Massapequa 

8:15 P.M. Albany Ave. PTA Holi- 
day Festival In School auditori- 
um 

8:30 P.M. Baldwin Drive PTA 
General Meeting-Student Holi- 
day Show 

8:30 P.M. St. KlUan's Chorale at 
Church Crypt, Farmlngdale 

8:30 P.M. Beth El Sisterhood 
1 'aid-Up Membership meedng 
at Temple. Comedian Larry 
Deutsch & Cantor & Mrs. L, 
Stein to entertain. 

8:30 ORT-Membersbip supper at 
MJC 






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OBSERVER 



Pag*5 



for the Hotftags 
enjoy rich CTEatug 

EVAN 




Chits Party r§ HoM 
Christmas fatly 

The Civics Party of Massapequa 
Park will hold Its annual Chris tmas 
Party this Saturday December 16 
at 9 P.M. at the Village Hall. 
Committee Chairman Al Stansf leld 
has promised a fun filled program, 
with an abundance of holiday re- 
freshments. Tickets may be pur- 
chased at the door. 



A WONDERFUL 
CHRISTMAS GIFT 

Corning Ware 

Complete Line in Stock 

SPECIAL 
Bee. **•** 

1 qt. Sauce Put — Only $2.88 

DELUXE 

ROASTER AND PLATTER 
COMBINATION $16.95 



NON-ALCOHOLIC 

Old fashioned flaw 
ScasoneD just right 

EVANS ;< DAIRY 

fflteport 8-8900 EMtrsan 3-6020 

Odiole 6-8S00 



Double Boiler $11,95 

Electric Percolator $39.95 

Electric Skillet $M95 

MM 

Sauae Pan Set $14.95 

Complete with 3 sauce pans, 

I covers, 1 handle, 1 cradle 

7-inch SKILLET $3.95 



NASSAU SHORES 
HOME & GARDEN 

Eaat Share Br. * Merrick U. 

Maaaape%aa> ■"*. 




Kiwaais Appoint 
Cammima htads 

An Organizational meetlngofthe 
Klwanls Club of Platnedge was held 
at the home of Ed Pranzltelli. 
and was presided over by Presi- 
dent-elect for 1962, Paul D. Urso. 

The president elect, appointed 
committee chairmen for the com- 
ing year and announced that It 
was Ms aim to better acquaint 
the community of the Ideals of 
Klwanls International, and to seek 
those community- minded men to 
Join forces with the Klwanls Club 
of Plain/edge In furthering com- 
munity projects. 

Appointed Chairmen, were; Boys 
and Girls, Sidney Majure; Key Club 
Walter F. Bucalos; Vocational 
Guidance, Milton A. Hapshe; Agri- 
culture and Conservation, Nicholas 
Wills; Public and Business Af- 
fairs, Charles Passannante; Sup- 
port of Churches, William E.Law; 
Attendance and Membership, Vin- 
cent Magogna; House and Re- 
ception, Louis Carlozzo; Finance 
John TepedlRo; Inter - Club 
Relations, John A, Pranzltelli; Kl- 
wanls Education and Fellowship, 
Dr. Raymond Kamaras; Laws and 
Regulations, Matthew P. Brady; 
Programs and Music, Albert S. 
McClay; Public Relation, Henry 
J. Wong on. 

NASSAU SHORES 

GARDEN CLUB SLATES 

YU LE PARTY 

The Nassau Snores Garden Club 
wlU hold Its annual Christmas 
Party on Monday, December 18 at 
8:30 p.m. at Teddys Maple Inn, 
Amltyvllle. 

Gifts will be collected for Bum- 
wood Home for the Blind. 



Pettersen Sons of Norway Proxy 



Kjelf W. Pettersen of Massa- 
pequa was unanimously elected 
president of the Sons of Norway, 
at a meeting held last week In 
Valley Stream. Long active in 
Norwegian affairs In this country, 
and the development of Norwegian 
culture, Mr. Pettersen was in- 
strumental in obtaining the original 
contribution from one of the larger 
foundations which established the 
Sons of Norway Scholarship Fund, 
used for sending American stu- 



dents to Norway for study. 

In connection with his active 
participation in Norwegian affairs, 
Mr. Pettersen was the guest of the 
Pan American Airlines on its aug- 
ural flight to Norway last May, 
where he had a private audience 
with King Olav of Norway. 

Mr. Pettersen served as the 
Democratic campaign chairman 
for Massapequa during the recent 
campaign. 



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Est. 27 Years Under Same Ownership 
Whelan Agency - FREE Delivery 

SWJvND SCHNT-lMEXTALi 

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Revlan 

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Chanel *5 

Guerlain (Shall mar, Bleu Hour) 

Max Factor 

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Dana (Tabu, 20 Carats, etc.) 

Helena Rubenstein 

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Cutex 

Evening in Paris 

Matcha belli 

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for and Delivered At No 
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Sundays 9A;M. to 2 P.M. 



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Pure turpentine in 
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3" Paint Brush 

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$10.00 & up 




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46" SLED $5.75.. 

Full Return Runner, "f^* 1 '" 

ONE OF THE FINEST SLEDS MADE 
ALL SIZES IN STOCK-BACKS ALSO 



STEP-ON PAIL 

OUR PRICE 

$1.99~ 



UNBREAKABLE 
POLYETHYLENE 
Aii't. Colon 



Lilt 

Price 

13.49 



Kitchen Toots/ pc. sat 

STAINLESS STEEL - SECURELY' 
RIVETED, HEAT RESISTANT 
HANDLES star SPECIAL 




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(or two or more years. 3U% a year on all other deposits 
entitled to dividends. Anticipated lor period beginning 
January 1, 1963, and based on continued favorable 
earnings. 

DIVIDENDS PAID FROM DAY OF DEPOSIT 
COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY 



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Massapequa Office: 

Hicksville Road and Jerusalem Avenue 

Opposite Holiday Park Shopping Center 

Massapequa, N.Y. 




The 
Ivy House 

Will Hold A 
NEW YEAR'S EVE OPEN HOUSE 

with entertainment from 9 PM 
Due to Limited Accommodations May We 
Suggest That You Make Reservations 
Early 

PY 8-9775 

2 SUNRISE HIGHWAY 

MASSAPEQUA PARK 




New York Telephone man awarded 

vail Aiedaljvr Initiative and Courage 




The highest telephone honor em- 
ployees can receive is the Vail 
Medal. It is given only for out- 
standing acts of initiative and courage per- 
formed in connection with their work, or in 
which their training as telephone people is 
an important factor. 




Recently the New York Telephone Company 
awarded the Vail Medal to Thomas R. 
Woodford. His story is unusual. But his 
"spirit of service" is typical of telephone peo- 
ple everywhere, who every day use their 
training and skills to make telephone service 
helpful in every possible way. 



Thomas R. Woodford 

SYRACUSE INSTALLER. REPAIRMAN 

At 1 a.m., April 14, 1961, fibre erupted in the Apulia 
Station Hotel, near Syracuse. When Thomas 
Woodford and the other volunteer firemen ar- 
rived, the three-story, 100-year-old hotel was in 
flames. Woodford helped rescue the owner's wife 
from a second-story room and went back for the 
owner. Forced out by smoke and heat he made 
a second attempt, also unsuccessful. Woodford's 
brother went in but was unable to reach the un- 
conscious man. Then Woodford made a final try 
and managed to find the owner and get him out 
through a window. Once outside he forced oxy- 
gen into the man's lungs until breathing was re- 
stored. Shortly after the rescue, the building 
caved in and crashed to the street. 



NEW YORK TELEPHONE 

Part of the nationwide Bell Telephone System 





Teachers Salary Hiked 



(at press tint*) 
In an exceptionally early de- 
cision, the Massapequa Board of 
Education adopted Tuesday eve- 
ning, a salary schedule for teach- 
ers for Inclusion In the 1962-63 
budget, which will give all teach- 
ers an across the board increase 
of $150 in order to bring die level 
of teachers' salaries In District 
#23 up to the level of the bottom 
of the upper third In Nassau Coun- 
ty- 

In addition, the Board adopted 
a $200 across the Board Increase 
to provide a schedule in keeping 
with what other districts will prob- 
ably adopt In order to attract the 
best teachers. In effect the Mas- 
sapequa teachers will receive a 
$350 across the board increase, 
if the taxpayers adopt this budget 
increase In May. 

Heretofore salary schedules 
were not adopted by the Board 
shortly before the Annual 
(Continued on page t 5) 



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OBSERVER 



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District 22 Board Of 
Education Cancels Meeting 



The December [8th meeting of 
the Farndngdnle Board of 
Education was cancelled, accord- The State Education Department 
lng to an announcement at press has approved the experimental 
time. television program for the year 



Stat* Ed Departmeot Approves •"* '•" <»*"" 
Plainedge Television Approach 



Happy Tiofeday^ 



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4 Registered Pharmacists Free Pickup and Delivery 

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Bet, Sunrise & So. State P'kways - near Hill's 
FREE GIFT WRAPPING — FREE PARKING 

DOLLAR - SAVER GIFTS 
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 

10,000 SO. FT. OF bargains; 

CHOOSE FROM HUGE STOCKS OF NEWEST 

FASHIONS 
in Ladies', Men's, Children's and Infant's Wear 

A FEW OF OUR FANTASTIC VALUES! 
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL! WHILE THEY LAST I 

just 300 left LADIES BETTER 

2 for 5 a * DRESSES 

VALUES TO 10.98 - ALL SIZES - NEW COLORS 

LADIES CRIN0UNSs,m,l 59* 

LADIES EVENING BAGS.... 57* 

LAD I ES FLANNEL PAJAMAS s, m, I . . 1. 79 
LADIES TRICOT HALF-SLIPS s, m, I.. 881 

LADIES KNIT SLACKS, 10-16 2.79 

GIRLS &B0YS POLO SHIRTS l-6x.. 59* 
GIRLS & BOYS LINED SLACKS 3-8. . 99* 

GIRLS CRINOLINS, 6-14 59* 

BOYS VINYL CAPS-KNIT EARS. ...1.29 

BOYS CHIN0 PANTS, 8-16 1.00 

BOYS FLANNEL SHIRTS, 6-14 1.09 

INFANTS 2 pc. KNIT CRAWLERS.... 94* 

I NFANTS 3 pc. SWEATER S LT ;1. 67 

MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS ;1.00 

MEN'S BULKY SWEATERS 3.00 

MEN'S WHITE DRESS SHIRTS 2.00 

MEN'S CHINO PANTS 2.00 

MEN'S THERMAL UNDERWEAR 1. 43 

Nw$ Hundred Of Other Bargains 1 . 

VISIT OUR NEWDEPTS. 
XMAS 

TOYS - TOYS - TOYS 

AT FACTORY OUTLET PRICES 

COMPLETE LINE OF 

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1961-62 entitled "Enrichment 
Through Closed Circuit Tele- 
vision" It was learned this week. 
This is the second year that the 
State Education Dept. has approved 
this special technique at Plainedge, 
The coirs e will be taught by 
Joseph Tomasino, under the direc- 
tion of Dr. James Xupolos of rhe 
foreign language department. Gene 
Pea 1 and Victov Kirsch will conduct 
the science program, with Leonard 
Morton In charge of English In the 
closed circuit television program. 

Read it FIRST in 
the OBSERVER. 



Herrlcks High School yesterday. 
47-45, In a non league contest 

Fighting desparntely^ with only ^^'th^'score 44^3 In tavnr 
seconds remaining, the Plainedge * t^RedDevito.twoquickl 
High School basketball quintet by ^ winners John Shuri 
dropped their season's opener to 3^ Carting made the difference. 



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THE OBSERVER - FARMINGDALE - BETHPAGE EDITION 



Wednesday, December 13, 1961 




StKilim *C 

St. Kilian's R.C. Church 
Conklln Street, Farminpdale 
Pastor: Rev. Father Raphael, OS8' 
Re/. Father Maurus. OSfi 
Rev. Father Jeremiah, OSB 
Rev, Fattier Alphonse. OSB 
Sunday Mass f*t'.ie<$ule 
8:30. 9:45, 11:00. 12:30. 
School Hall - 8:30. 9:45, 11:00 



12:15 

Crypt - «:», 9:45. 11:00. 12:15 
Week Day Masses -6:25, 7:30, 8:25 
Concessions are heard each Satur- 
day afternoon and evening from 4 , 
*_ 6 and from 7:30 to 9;00 P,M^ 

St likes Lothtran 

ST. LUKE'S LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Conklln St. atCllntonSt. 

The Reverend Bernhardt Bohrer 
Pastor 

Phone CH 9- 1220 
Sunday Schedule: 

9:25 - 10:55a.m. -Sunday School 

8:00 a.m. - Holy Communion 

9:30 and 11:00 a.m. the Service 
Catechetical Classes - 

Wednesdays at 4*0 P.M. 

Saturdays at 9*0 A.M. 
Choir Rehearsals - Wednesday: 

Junior Choir at 7*0 P.M. 

Intermediate Choir at 8*0 P.M. 

Senior Choir at 9*0 P.M. 

December 17th the Thirds unday 
in Advent — new members will be 
received into the church member- 
ship at the eleven o'clock service. 
a coffee hour will follow In order 
to make acquaintances. 

The Senior Choir will have a 



special rehearsal on Sunday De- 
cember I7th from 3*0 to 5*0 P.M. 
In preparation for their Advent 
Cantata In connection with the 10:45 
P.M. Service on Christmas Eve. 

The Sen lor Luther Le ague will go 
caroling among the church's shut- 
ins on December 17th. They will 
start from the church at 7*0 P.M. 
and return afterwards for refresh- 
ments. 

The Sunday School staff will have 
their pre -Christmas meeting on 
Tuesday, December 19th at 8:00 
P.M. In room 4 of the Educational 
Building, 

The Finance Committee, con- 
sisting of Wallace Damon, Sven 
Sathre, William Doron, will confer 
In room 5 of the Educational Build- 
ing on Monday, December 18th at 
8:00 P.M. 

FARMINGDALE BAPTIST 

CHURCH S.B.C. 

Carmans Rd. & So. State Pkwy. 

South Farming dale 

CH 9-01 10 

Sunday Services 

Sunday School 9:45 AM 

Morning Worship .... 11:00AM 

Training Union 6:00 PM 

Evening Services . . . 7:00 PM 
Prayer Meeting, Wed . .8:00 PM 



Methodist 



in celebration of the Advent of 
Christ fifty-three Junior children 
and young people will present a 
Christmas pageant, "The Miracle 
Of The Manger, ' ' on Sunday at 7:30 
P.M. In the sanctuary. 

On Sunday, at the 9:30 and 11*0 
A.M. services of theMorningHour 
Of Worship, "Ready or Not?" will 
be the title of the sermon by the 
Reverend Stanley E. Wiley. Church 
school classes for all ages from 
two years through twelfth grade 
meet at both 9:20 and 10:50 A.M. 

On Christmas Eve you can pre- 
pare your heart for Christ's Pres- 
ence and His Day in a service hal- 
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carols and scripture. You will 
find in the soft glow of the candle - 
lighted sanctuary an atmosphere 
which will ease the pressure of 
the hurried cares of this season. 
Our Christmas Eve Service will 
begin at eleven o'clock and close 
at midnight. 

Episcopal Church 

St. Thomas Altar Guild will 'meet 
for a Corporate Communion, 
breakfast and business meeting on 
Thursday the 14th starting at 9:00 
A.M. Mrs. Elsie Russ, Directress, 
will be in charge. 

John Jeremiah, organist and 
choirmaster, urges full attendance 
at the choir rehearsal on Friday 
at 7:15 P.M., Indicating the near- 
ness of Christmas. Fr. Grimaldi 
will be meeting with the newer 
acolytes on Friday night at 7:00. 
The Catechism will meet with Fr. 
Hampshire at 10:30 A.M. Saturday. 
This will be the last session until 
January 6th. 

Fr, Grimaldi will be celebrant 
at 7:30 A.M. and 10:45 preacher, 
and will conduct the adult classes 
at coffee- time after the 9 and 
10:45 Eucharists. His topic will 
be "The Four Last Things". Fr. 
Hampshire will be celebrant at 
9, and Fr. Butler will conduct 
Morning Prayer at 10:30. Im- 
mediately following Evening 
Prayer at 5:30 the St, Thomas 
Teens are to make their annual 
Christmas carol visitation at the 
Nassau Sanatorium. This year 
the party following will be held 
at the home of Erich Marks, 

Presbyterian 

The Rev. William D. Glenn. 
Pastor 

Telephone: Manse: PY 8-5980 
Church: PY 9-7989 

Sunday Services are held at the 
Church, 150 Pittsburgh Ave- 
nue, between Ocean Avenue 
and Broadway, Massapequa. 

Sunday School 9:30 and 

11:00 A.M. 

Worship School 9:30 and 

11:00 A.M. 

SERMON TOPIC: "Discovering 
the Messiah" Baptisms 

JUNIOR SERMON TOPIC: 

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The Knights of Columbus Hall 
on Union Avenue in Amity vllle was 
full to capacity on last Wednesday 
evening when the Rosary Society 
of Our Lady of Lourdes Church 
of Massapequa Park held a Christ- 
mas Buffet Supper. Grace was 
said by Mrs. Eleanor Harnett, and 
over 200 Rosartans sat down to 
a holiday banquet, which wasplan- 
ned and brought to culmination by 
Mrs. Nancy Carry and Mrs. Helen 
Fitzgerald, Co-Chalrman of the 
affair. 

Following the supper, over 60 
members of theC.Y.O.Choircom- 
pllmented the membership with a 
program of Christmas carols and 
hymns under the direction of Mrs. 
Mary CreedeandMrs. Ruth Prims, 
who also sang a solo part. The 
Pianist, Mrs. Jane Hunkele played 
many additional carols and the 
choir was joined by the ladies 



of the Rosary Society. At the 
conclusion of the musical program, 
the Rev, Charles Steiger was pre- 
sented with his Christmas gift 
from the Rosartans, a Spiritual 
Bouquet to be offered for his in- 
tentions. 

A skit entitled "The End Of 
A Perfect Day", written by Mrs. 
Adele Fagan brought the evening 
to a close. Players were Mrs. 
Cordelia CartHnale, Mrs. Mary El- 
len Creede, Mrs. Nancy Carry and 
Mrs. Alice Aeder. 

The regular monthly meeting 
was dispenced with, however the 
announcement was made that the 
first Sunday of every month will 
be the Communion Sunday lor the 
Rosary Society, and all women are 
requested to attend the 8 o'clock 
Mass as a section of the Church 
hall will be reserved for them. 



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The Senior High Methodist Youth 
Fellowship group will go caroling 
at the Meadowbrook Hospital on 
Sunday afternoon, Dec. 17th. 

Cars will leave the Methodist 
Church at 1 p.m. to join with other 
groups in bringing Christmas Joy 
to the patients. The group will al- 
so take part in Christmas Worship 
Service at 3:30 PM. in the hos- 
pital. 

On Monday, December 18th, af- 
ter school, the Junior M.Y.F. will 
go caroling at the St. die's Home 
for Crippled Children In Garden 




City. 

Those who attend Mill Lane 
Junior High and plan to go carol- 
ing should contact Sue Horn for 
transportation. Those who attend 
Weldon Howtrt Junior High should 
come to the church as soon as 
school Is out. 

The Couple's Club Christmas 
Party will be held on Saturday 
night December loth at 8 P.M. 
at the home of Mr, and Mrs. 
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THE OBSERVER - FARMINGDALE - BETHPAGE EDfTION 



13 




Farmingdafe-Befhpage Social Activities 



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Jloliday, ^ec&iati04i4, at Glub 




At The Women's Club of Farm- 
ingdale Christmas Tea, held 
Thursday, Dec. 7, an Interior Dec- 
oraror, Miss Elizabeth Gaeta, 
demonstrated many and varied 
Christmas decorations. These in- 
cluded many wreaths, including one 
of Ivy, and one of huge Hydrangea 
blooms, rose and fruit trees, and 
religious centerpieces. She used 
both fresh and permanent floral 
materials, styrofoam forms, 
blocks erf oasis, wires and rib- 
bons, all with very pleasing ef- 
fects. 

Guests at the meeting included 
Miss Barbara Cray, Mrs. Wil- 
liam J. Bono, and Mrs. Herbert 
Clark. The Club also honored five 
girls, who were Senlors-of-the- 
Month at Howitt High School, 
namely Miss Leslie Kaye, Miss 
Sally Kramer, Miss Patty Reisen, 
Miss Bernadette Simpson, and 
Miss Janice Wagner. 

Mrs. John Mace, accompanied 
by Mrs. Kenneth Floyd at the 
piano, led the Club in singing sev- 
eral Christmas Carols. Mrs. Earl 
Ramsden offered up a Christmas 
prayer. 

Many baskets of presents were 
collected, under the direction of 



Mrs. William Klnzler. Some of 
these will be sent to the veter- 
ans at Northport Hospital, a Club 
tradition of many years. The oth- 
ers, this year, will be given to a 
family with many children. In need 
of some help and encouragement. 
It Is also the Club's pleasure to 
present gifts to the blind ladies, 
transported weekly to Burrwood 
Home as a Club project. 

Mrs. William Drewes announced 
that the Theatre Group would be 
seeing "Mary Mary" on Jan. 10. 
Mrs. Sebastian Albrecht, Ways 
and Means Chairman, announced 
there would be an "Odds and Ends 
sale, the evening of Feb. 15. 
Mrs. Charles Nelson would be the 
auctioneer. 

The tea committee consisted of 
Mrs. Erllng Lunde, Mrs. George 
Cook. Mrs. Halsey Knapp, Mrs. 
Richard Nodell. Mrs. W. Dwigbt 
Nostrand, and Mrs, Myron Her- 
tel, who made a charming candy 
house for the table centerpiece. 

The next meeting of the Club 
will be held Thursday, Jan. 4, 
at 2 p.m. at St. Lukes Meeting 
Room. Mrs. Khan Musa, using 
slides and exhibits, will take the 
members on a visit to Iran. 



SUo&i, Gibbi Circle MemJt&U 



Mrs. Joseph Tate of Beth page 
was hostess to the members of 
the Silver Cross Circle of The 
International Order of The King's 
Daughters and Sons on Wednes- 
day, December 6th. 

A final report on die Silver 
Ball, held on November 11th,, 
proved this year's dance to be the 
most successful ever held. 
. The circle recently sent two 
' chairs to The King's Daughters 
Home in Dansvitle. New York for 
use In the home's chapel. 

Mrs. Robert Bundow and Mrs. 
Charles Plat reported on the re- 
cent District Executive Meeting. 
Mrs. Bundow is the Around the 
World District Chairman: Mrs, 
Charles Plat is District Chair- 



man of the Junior Circles. 

Plans were made to adopt a 
family for Christmas. Donations of 
food, clothing and gifts will be 
brought to the December 20th 
meeting to be held at die home of 
Mrs, Anderson, TV-annual Christ- 
mas party and the revealing of "Se- 
cret Pals" will also take place at 
this meeting. Refreshments were 
served by the hostess. Members 
(resent were: Mrs. Theodore An- 
derson, Mrs. James Gardner, Mrs. 
John Crawfurd, Mrs. James Irwin, 
Mrs, Joseph Tate, Mrs.JohnWag- 
ner. Jr., Mrs. Raymond Lenhart, 
Mrs. Boyd Howe, Mrs. Robert Bun- 
dow, Mrs, Robert Bonn, Mrs, Wil- 
liam Forde, Mrs. Jesse Girdler 
and Mrs. Charles Plat, 



Minnie Pitts Honored 
At Bridal Shower 

Minnie Pitts was the honored 
guest at a bridal shower held Tues- 
day evening, December 5th at the 
home of Mrs, Arthur Qulmby of 
21 Ford Drive, North Amltyvllle, 

A white shower umbrella and 
white bells were used go decorate 
the room and on the buffet table 
was a large cake and a floral 
centerpiece. 

Those attending were: Miss 
Edith Tompkins. Mrs. JohnGenco, 
Mrs. Richard Foster, Mrs. Ken- 
neth Wetckmann, Mrs. William 
Peters, Mrs. William Doty, Mrs. 
Lynn Mulligan, Mrs. Arthur Doty 
Mrs. Harold Krueger, Mrs. Adolf 
Gaertner, Mrs. Alfred Petry, Mrs. 
Charles Hunold, Mrs. John Kineke 
Mrs. Edwin Blanshan. 

Invited but unable to attend were: 
Mrs. Harry Proaper, Mrs. 
Clarence Elchhorn, Mrs. John 
Stanford!, Mrs. John DeGluseppe, 
Mrs. Albert D"Ambrosa, Mrs. Paul 
Goodnough and Miss Karen Kineke. 

Mrs. Pins will become the bride 
of Charles H. Schroeder of 
Coppers town, N.Y. on January 7th. 
Following a short honeymoon, they 
will make their home in Coopers- 
town. 

The Wizard of Oi 
At f dale Sr. HS 

On Saturday, December 16, at 
3:30 P.M. at the Farmingdale Se- 
nior H.S. Auditorium (Lincoln St. 
& Intervale Ave. So. Farmingdale) 
there will be a performance of 
"THE WIZARD OF CsZ" by the 
Spotlight Players presented by The 
Parkway Oaks P.T.A. Tickets may 
be obtained by contacting Mrs. 
Olga Buzollch at LI 1-1559. 

This show Is the second event 
presented by the Parkway Oaks 
P.T.A. In its effort to bring live 
theatre arts to the children of our 
community. 




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Seek To form Mental 
Health Auxiliary 

Community leaders of Farming- 
dale attended a meeting this week 
at the Central Island Community 
Mental Health Center in Union dale, 
for the purpose of becoming better 
acquainted with the center which 
services Farmingdale and forming 
an auxiliary. 

Psychiatric care, on aa ability 
to pay basis, is available to chil- 
dren, adolescents and adults who 
reside In Farmingdale, as well as 
other communities In this area. 

Mr. James McKenna or Farm- 
ingdale is a member of the Board 
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The Royal Guides Circle of the 
International Order of The King's 
Daughters and Sons met Monday 
night at the home of Jeanne Pleas- 
ants on Reese Place. 

Kathy Paynter, President pre- 
sided at the meeting and gave a 
devotional sent to Juniors from the 
1st Vice President of the State. 

The meeting was devoted to mak- 
ing Christmas favors for the Angel 
Guardian Orphanage in Syosset to 
be distributed cm December 22nd. 
The favors were gaily wrapped 
candy filled tubes and decorated 
pine cones. The Circle will also 
sing carols to the children at the 
home. 

After the holidays, the group 
plans a Pa jama Party. The next 
regular meeting will be held Jan- 
uary 2nd. 

The annual Christmas party of 
the Ladles Auxiliary of the Farm- 
ingdale Little League and Babe 
Ruth Leagues will be held in the 
cafeteria of the Howitt Junior High 
School on Thursday, December 
14th at 8 p.m. 

All members of the auxiliary are 
cordially Invited and requested to 
bring a gift not exceeding one dollar 
In value for the grab bag. 



Those attending on Monday night 
were: Kathy Paynter, Linda Heme, 
Jeanne Kes singer, Linda Schmidt, 
Robin Wagner, Jerri Gutheil, Sue 
Jones, Jeanne Pleasants, Jane 
Gross of the Princess Circle and 
Mrs. Charles Plat, Advisor and 
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Wednwday, Dtcwnbr 13, 1961 



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Coach Herb Pluschau's Massa- 
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Chief's attack with 20 points fol- 
lowed by Dick Horowitz who caged 
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Two other non league games are 
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vitational tournament which will be 
held at Massapequa High School on 
December 27th and 29th. 

Bwsiness Brief 

Mr. Adam Schneider. Jr., Pres- 
ident of the Roosevelt Savings 
Bank, with a branch office located 
In Massapequa Park, announced 
that the Board of Trustees had 
approved an Increase of the bank's 
dividend rate to 4% on all balances 
that have been on deposit two years 
or more. The regular rate of 
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balances entitled to dividends. It 
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ADVERTISEMENT 
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF 
UNION FREE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
NO. 23 TOWN OF OYSTER BAY, 
NASSAU COUNTY 
MASSAPEQUA, NEW YORK 
NOTICE TO BIDDERS 

Pursuant to the laws of this 
State, the Board of Education of 
Union Free School District No. 23, 
Massapequa, Nassau County, New 
York hereby invites the submission 
of sealed bids for the following: 
Rental of Busses 
Transportation of Handi- 
capped Children 
The information for bidders, 




AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 



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form of bid, and specifications 
may be obtained at the office of 
the Business Manager, located In 
the Massapequa High School, Mer- 
rick Road, Massapequa, New York. 

Bids will be received at the of- 
fice of the Business Manager not 
later than 10:00 A.M. on Dec. 22, 
1961. at which time said bids will 
be opened and publicly read aloud. 

The Board of Education reserves 
the right to waive any Informali- 
ties or to reject any or all bids 
submitted and re-advertise for 
bids, or accept that bid which in its 
Judgment Is for the best interest 
of the School District. 

Each bidder must deposit with 
bis bid, security in an amount not 
less than five percentum (5%) of 
the base bid in the form and sub- 
ject to the conditions provided in 
the Information for Bidders. 

All bids shall be firm and ac- 
ceptable to the Board of Education 
for ninety (90) days after the formal 
opening thereof. No bid shall be 
withdrawn pending the decision of 
the Board of Education. 

Board of Education 

Union Free School District #23 

Town of Oyster Bay, 

Nassau County, 

Massapequa, New York 

Donald M. Stayne 

Business Manager 

Observer-#156-lT-12/I3/6l 



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SUPREME COURT OF THE 
STATE OF NEW YORK 
COUNTY OF NASSAU 
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HERBERT HAMBURG-: 

ER, Plaintiff,: 

- against - : 

CHARLES T. RIELY: 

and PHYLLIS E^ 

RIELY, his wife. DAVID: 

STOCKMAN, d/b/a: 

HEMPSTEAD UTIL-: 

ITIES CO. and HEMP-: 

STEAD BANK, : 

Defendants.: 

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NOTICE OF SALE 
Pursuant to a judgement of fore- 
closure and sale duly made and 
entered in the above entitled ac- 
tion dated November 8, 1961, I, 
the undersigned referee in said 
judgement named, will sell at pub- 
lic auction at the north front steps 
of the Nassau County Courthouse, 
Old Country Road, Mineola, New 
York on the 17th day of January, 
1962 at 12:15 P.M. Eastern Stand- 
ard Time, the premises directed 
by said judgement to be sold and 
described as follows: 

ALL that certain plot, piece 
or pacel of land, situate, ly- 
ing and being at Massapequa, 
Town of Oyster Bay, County 
of Nassau and State of New 
York, known and designated as 
and by the Lot No. 17 in Block 
Na, 222 on a certain map en- 
titled, "Map of Harbour Green 
Landing, Section 3, at Massa- 
pequa, Nassau County, New 
York. May, 1957, Owner - 
Harbour Green Estates, Inc.. 
76 Beaver Street, New York, 
President Allan V. Rose, Ed- 
win S. Voorhis & Son, Inc., 
Civil Engineers, Rockvllle 
Centre, Massapequa, New 
York," and filed in the Office 
of the Clerk of the County of 
Nassau onApril9, 1958 as Map 
No. 7021. 

Said premises will be sold sub- 
ject to: to the lien of a prior first 
mortgage upon which there re- 
mains unpaid the sum of approx- 
imately $19,000.00 and accrued in- 
terest; to a United States federal 
tax lien; to existing leases and 
tenancies; to zoning restrictions 
and any amendments thereto ac- 
cording to law and now in force; 
to existing violations and orders 
of the County Departments of the 
County of Nassau; to covenants 
and restrictions of record, if any; 
to the state of facts as appears 
from the survey of Edwin S. Voor- 
his & Son., Inc., civil engineers, 
dated April 9, 1958, and any a- 
mendments thereto, except that the 
building on said premises had since 
been completed. 
Dated. November 30, 1961. 

Irwin Smith, Referee 
SANDLER & HCNOROF 
Attorney lor Plaintiff 
306 Fulton Avenue 
Hempstead, New York 
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Wednesday, December 13, 1961 

TEACHERS SALARY HIKED (Continued from page 6) 
Meeting. 

Mr. David Di Antonio, repre- 
sentative of the teachers commit- 
tee stood up at the Board meet- 
ing and said that the schedule ap- 
proved would be most satisfactory 
to the teachers. 

The Board also moved to parti- 
cipate In the Statewide Health In- 
surance program for teachers to 
which the district and teachers 
contribute jointly. 



The cornerstone laying cere- 
mony of the new Berner Jr. High 
School will take place on Satur- 
day, January 13 at 11 a.m. to which 
the public is invited. A tour of 
the new building will follow. The 
school will open beginning January. 



3 for students. 

• • * 

The Board of Education of Dis- 
trict #23 moved to change its Board 
meeting night from Tuesdays to 
the second Thursdays of each 
month beginning in January. 

The Board of Education agreed 
to cooperate -with the PTAon their 
"Lights on For Education Pro- 
gram" to be held on January 
3rd at theMassapequaHlghScnool. 
The program Is sponsored by the 
State PTA to discuss pending leg- 
islation affecting education. The 
date coincides with the time of 
State Legislature reconvenes. 

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men's American Organization for 
Rehabilitation through Training. 
(GRTX extends an Invitation to 
members to apafd-up membership 
supper on Wednesday. December 
20, 8:30 p.m. at the Massapeo.ua 
Jewish Center. 

The program (or the evening will 
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LEGAL NOTICE 

NOTICE TO BIDDERS 



Wednesday, December 13, 1761 



LEGAL NOTICE 



LEGAL NOTICE 



The Board of Education of Union 
Free School District No. 22, Towns 
of Oyster Bay and Babylon, 
Counties of Nassau and Suffolk, 
Farmingdale, New York, hereby 
invites interested bidders to sub- 
mit sealed bids for School Publica- 
tion Princingtor Farmingdale Pub- 
lic Schools according to the infor- 
mation to Bidders, Specifications, 
Fqrm^rf Proposal, General Condi- 
tions land other contract docu- 
mentsJt 

Bids will be received by the 
Board of Education on December 
21, 1961 at 11:00 a.m. o'clock 
(EST) in the business office at 521 
-Conklin Street, Farmingdale, New 
York. 

Information to Bidders and other 
documents may be obtained at said 
Business Office on any school day 
between the hours of 9:00 a.m. 
and 4:00 p.m. (EST). 

The Boardof Education reserves 
the right to waive any Informalities 
or to reject any or all bids. 

The Boardof Education reserves 
the right to increase or decrease 
the quantities of equipment, in 
which case the unit price bid shall 
govern. The Board of Education 
reserves the right to accept part of 
the items of one bidder and part 
of the items of another in which 
case separate contracts will be ex- 
ecuted. The Board of Education 
also reserves the right 10 elimin- 
ate from contract any items or 
item and shall be credited on unit 
price basis. 

Board oi Education 
Union Free School District #22 

«gd: December 11, 1961 
3y: Veronica Hansen 

V District Clerk 

Observer #I54-IT- 12/13/61 
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LEGAL NOTICE 

NOTICE is hereby given that 
license number 6-RL-6767 has 
bejen issued to the undersigned 
under the Ale ho lie Beverage 
Control Law for the sale of beer, 
wines & liquors at 5422 Merrick 
Road, Massapequa, L.I., N.Y., for 
on premises consumption to Gavino 
Vacchiano, DBA Uino's Italian 
Gardens , 5422 Merrick Road, Mas - 
sapequa, L.I., 2 - T 155 Observer 
12/13-20/61 



NOTICE OF SALE 
SUPREME COURT, 
NASSAU COUNTY 

WHrTESTONE SAVINGS t LOAN 
ASSOCIATION, Pltf. 

v, BENJAMIN CATANIA, 
et a Is. Defrs. 

Pursuant to judgement da ted No- 
vember 27, 1961 and duly entered, 
I will sell at public auction to 
the highest bidder on the north 
front steps of the Nassau County 
Courthouse, Old Country Road, 
Mfnoola, N.Y. on the 17th day of 
January, 1962 at 11:00 a.m. the 
premises with Improvements at 
Massapequa Park, N.Y. situate on 
the intersection of north side of' 
Kings Walk with west side of Hem- 
lock Avenue, an irregular parcel 
105x100x115x90 feet, known as 67 
Kings Walk, more particularly de- 
scribed in said judgement. 
Dated: December 1, 1961 

JOSEPH ROSENBERG, Referee 



GEORGE J. MEADE 
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LEGAL NOTICE 



LEGAL NOTICE 



LEGAL NOTICE 



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LEGAL NOTICE 



SUPREME COURT OFTHE STATE 
OP NEW YORK: NASSAU COUNTY 
THE BANK FOR SAV*JG5 IN THE 
CTTY OF NEW YORK, having tta 
prindpul place of bonliMJM In New 
York County. Pla in rifl. a gainst RO- 
BERT EMMETT McCRATH and 
MARGARET McCRATH, his wife, 
et «l.. Defendants, Pursuant to 
Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale 
pk^ted October 24, 1961 and duly 
entered November 3, 1961, 1. the 
Referee, will seU at public auction 
on the north front steps of the 
Nassau County Court House, Old 
Country Road, Mlneola, Long Is- 
land, New York, on January 5.1962 
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, the 
mortgaged premises described as 
follows: 

ALL those certain plots, pieces 
or parcels of land with the budd- 
ings, and improvements thereon 
erected, situate, tying and being in 
Massapequm, Town of Oyster Bay, 
County of Nassau and State of New , 
York, known and designated a a Lots 
Numbers 2322 'o 2324 both In- 
clusive In Block No. 27, on a cer- 
tain map entitled "Map of Pro- 
perty of Queens I -and & Title Co., 
at Massapequa, L.L, Section D, 
surveyed 1907 by Alvin C. Smith, 
C.E., Freeport, L.I., "and filed 
in thi- Nassau County Clerk's Of- 
fice on January 29, 1908 as old 
map No. 41, new Map No. 303. 
which said lots when taken to- 
gether are more particularly 
bounded and described as follows: 
BLCINNDSC at a point on tbe 
northerly sido of Pittsburgh Av- 
enue distant 100 feet easterly of 
the Intersection of the northerly 
side of Pittsburgh Avenue and 
the easterly side of Central A v enue 
running thence northerly at right 
angles to Pittsburgh Avenue 100 
feet; running thence easto'ly par- 
allel with Pittsburgh Avenue 60 
feet; running thence southerly a g» hi 
at right angles to Pittsburgh Av- 
enue 100 feet to the northerly side 
of Pittsburgh Avenue; running 
thence westerly along the north- 
erly side of Pittsburgh Avenue 
4fi feet to point or place of BE- 
GINNING. 

Sale subject to the following 
state of facts shown on survey 
made by B J. Rolendar and W.M. 
Smith, dated April. 1949 and re- 
da ted June, 1949, and any changes 
since that (kite; state of facts s 
physical inspection of the prem- 
ises might disclose; covenants, 
restrictions and easements of re- 
cord, if any. Approximate amount 
due $10,766.75 plus $330.00 costs 
and disbursements, and an addit- 
ional allowance of (200.00; plus 
Interest. 

Dated November 17. 1961 

SAUL GOLDSTEIN. 
Referee. 
MAJOR & SLNT1CH 
Attorneys for Plaintiff 
135 East 38th St.. New York 

Observer 151-Nov 22-29 
Dec 6-13-20-27/1961 



being In the Incorporated Village 
of Massapequa Park, Town of Oy- 
ster Bay, County of Nassau and 
State of New York, known and 
designated as and by Lots It to 
14 inclusive, in Block 44 on a 
certain map entitled, ' Map of 
Hollywood Gardens, Revised Map 
'of East Massapequa, Massapequa 
Heights, Nassau Co., ~L.L, N.Y." 
and filed In the Office of the Clerk 
of the County of Nassau on Septan- 
her 3. 1924 as Map No. 553. Case 
No. 3394. which said lots when 
taken together are more particu- 
larly bounded r.nd described ac- 
cording to said map as follows: 
BEGINNING at a point on the 
Easterly side of Grand Boulevard 

distant 205 feet Northerly from the 
corner formed by tbe intersection 
at the I'-astorly side of Grand 
Boulevard with th* Northerly side 
of Massachusetts Avenue; 

RUNNING TIirNCF. Northerly 
■ ilong the Easterly side i»f Cr»*iti 
Houlevai J 30.00 f**t; 

THENCE ha iter! > M right 
angi es t- , v Vn nd B i V4t -i va rd 1 'tf.CH > 
feet; 

THENCE Southerly parallel wit 1 . 
Grand BotrltvanJ oU.OO feet; a:*,; 

THhNCL RUNNING Westerly at 
right anpScE to Grand Boulevarri 
100.00 feet to the Easterly side oi 
Grand Boukvard, at the point ui 
place of BE- GINNING. 

Said premises will be sold sub- 
ject to die lien of a prior mortragc 
of record upon which there re- 
mains unpaid tbe sum of Ten 
Thousand Two Hundred and Lit^i- 
teen and 03/100 (* 111..!] 3.03 Wo! 
lars and accrued uitetest tiiereon, 
if any: subject to existing leases 
and tenancies, if any: subject to 
roiling restrictions and any amend- 
ments thereof according to taw; 
subject to existing violations and/ 
or orders of the municipal depa rt - 
meats of the Incorporated Village 
of Massapequa Fart or Town at 
Oyster Bay or tbe County of Nas- 
sau, if any; subject to covenants 
and restrictipns of record, if any; 



subject to the state of tarts »*. 
appears from tbe survey of Reilly 
and Malm, Surveyors, dated -Sep- 
tember 7. 1954, and any amend- 
jnents thereto, . 
Catted: October k j. 1961 



JOHN. H. 

BLUM AND RDTHLEIN 
Attorneys for PlainttfT 

Office and P.O. Address 
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DANIELS 
Referee 



Sesfoni. New York 

Observer 142 6-T 

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Scott Sales, Service. Parts 
East Shore Dr. & Merrick Rd. 
Massapequa PY 8-4580 

325-4-T- 12- it/61 



Guard 

Over 21, for permanent, full 
time only. Uniformed guard 
work. All Shifts. Huntington 
area. Apply Monday and Thurs- 
day 12 noon to 8 P.M. Tues., 
Fri., Sot., 9 to- 5 
225 Main St., Formingdale 

Picture Framing 

PICTURE FRAMING - Do you 
want personalized service??? Your 
own creative ideas invited - our art 
services are to correct or create 

- Custom picture framing - pic- 
ture mats cut to order - Dry 
Mounting - Laminating - Subjects - 
Canvasses - Water Colors - OHs- 
Pastels - Reproductions - Oriental 
Silks - Needle Point - Parchments 

- Documents -papers. 
COMMERCIAL AND SCHOOL 

ACCOUNTS INQUIRIES INVITED 
BY YOUR LETTER HEAD - Ed 
and Miriam Smith, 151 Wilson 
Street. Massapequa Park, N. Y, 
PY 8-1351. 
76- It- 1 J -29 

Services 

CHAIR RE WEBBED $3.99 Uphol- 
stering, slip covers, springs re- 
ded, cushions refilled, armstlghr- 
ened, boat cushions. Your fabric 
or ours. E. Eaathurc, CH 9-3455. 
MS-TF, 



Signs 



KALSIGNFELD. Signs of all kinds. 
Quick Service. CH 9-8831. 1065 
N. Broadway Masspaequa. 

266-12-11-61 



BUSINESS & SERVICE o« E cro«y 



Antiques 



Electrical Caafrocfar 



Contractor 



Siding 




Bought and Sold 



LEGAL NOTICE 



LAMPS — Rewired, 

Restored, Res ty led 

LAMP PARTS 

Chimneys, Shades 

ELECTRICAL 
SUPPLIES 



.Dunn's Antique & Electrical Center 
564 No. Broadway, An ity villa 

AM 4-2706 



CENTRAL 
ELECTRIC CO. 

CONTRACTING 
APPLIANCE 

Phone: CH 9 - 0001 

3M COHKLlN STREET 

FAflklNGDALE 
Established since 1925 



SUPREME COURT OFTHE 
STATE OF NEW YORK 
COUNTY OF NASSAU 

_-*. n 

EMMA ZIMMERMAN. 

Plaintiff. 
- against - 
VINCENT P. CURRY. 
LYDIA CURRY, "JOHN 
DOE" and "JANE DOE"j 
said names h«?in£fictittuus. 
they being intended to des- 
ignate tenant or tenants, if 
any, the true names living 
unknown to the Plaintiff, 
Defendants, 
X , 

INDEX NO. 3698/61 
In pursuance <>i a Judgment of 
Foreclosure and Sale, entered In 
the above entitled action, andlxar- 
ing date the 18th ofOctober, 1961. 
L the undersigned, the Referee in 
said judgment rumtd, will sell at 
public auction, at the North Steps 
,of the Nassau County Cuurt House, 
Old Country Road, Mineola. New 
York. In said County, on the, 22ml 
day of December, 19*(J 'at 10 
o'clock in the forenoon of that day, 
the promises directed by ' said" 
Judgment to be sold a od therein 
described as tulLrws: 

L that certain plot, piece or 
til of land, situate, lying and 



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Excavating 



Joseph Sutero 




GENERAL CONTRACTOR 

O Pumping o Cleaning 

a Cesspool Building 
PRICES REASONABLE 
CH 9-0556 
5T Columbia St. F'Dole 



AUTO SEAT COVERS 

* TOPS 

IVAN'S 



CH 9-9526 



122 SO. FRONT ST., 



FARM1NGDALE, N.Y. 

f lijifk Has' of.tyttin Street 




GRADING 

EXCAVATING 

land Clearing 

Duma Truck 

Service 

Geo. t. Carlin 

2*7 Bay side PI., AmityvilleJ 

AM 4 - 0369 

FHA Financing 
Budget Terms Arranged 



Insurance 



ALUMINUM SIDING 
f OR YOUR HOME 

NO OWN PAYJeENT 

1ST PAYMENT STARTING 
MAY 1942 

CLARK 

587 BROADWAY 

MASSAPEQUA 

LI 1-4194 



Electrolysis 



floor Waxina 



CHARLES L 

KROHN 

AGENCY INC. t 

GENERAL INSURANCE 

established in 1927 
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 

Motjorie R. Post, *nj*nt 
Kenneth L. Taombi, Broker 

71 GRAND AVE. 

MASSAPEQUA 

PY 9-0925 



Taxi 



FOR 24 HOUR SERVICE 

CALL 

ZH 9 - 2246 , 
CH 9 - 6767 

4.6. C Taxi Service 

Hadio Equipped 1 ' 

v 956 Folton St. F'doU 



Washing Machine 



ELECTROLYSIS 

SUPERFLUOUS HAIR REMOVED 
L a lest Medically Approved Technique 

MARGUERITA WEBER 
Certified Electrolysis! 

Phytic I on Racoawinded 



By Appointment Lincoln 1-1999 

NASSAU SHORES 
MEDICAL 3LDG. 

S274 Merrick Road, Massupequq, 
CONSULTATION INVITED j 



Rog Cleaning 



Paul's 



floor Waxing 

Home, office and 



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CHapel 9-1745 



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NEW CARPETS SOLD' 

Waff To Wo/I Carpets Cfcanod 
U E. Swniiie Highway 



Freeport 



FR 8-1212 



ALL PC/NTS WASHER 
SERVICE 

AUTHORIZED HAMILTON gnd 

SPEED QUEEN 

SALES _ SERVICE 



| NEW 



WASHERS ". 
ON FLOOR 



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EASY TERMS ARRANGED' 

Call 

PY 9-7979 or 

LI 1-3388 

614 3ROAOWAY, MASSAPEC UA 



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THE OBSERVER 









New Arrival 

A daughter, Kathleen Marie, was Massapequa Park at Mercy Hospi- 
born to Mr. and Mrs. Felix GaUa- tal. 
gher of 38 Westwood Road South, • • * 



Wednesday, December 13, \W 



BEAUTY HINT:, 



WdIntial 



MASSAPEQUA 



DRIVE-IN THEATRE 



PEQUA 



SUNRtSF HIGHWAY 
MASSAPEQUA - 
PY 8-3 1A0 



r 5UNRI5E H«y. opp RR Station 
MASSAPEQUA PY 9-«46< 

Eve. from 7 PM 
Continuous Sat-$un from 2 PM 



Wed.-Sot.^ Dee. 13-16 

RICHARD BOONE "GEORGE HAMILTON 
EUA«A PATTEN Afii'UR fl'CONNEEL 

;[-',' i ',. i aonii I. mils rmutnw 




plus 

Rory Calhoijr, Lea Massaro 
THE COLOSSUS OF 
B MODES" 
Sun. Thro Tubs, - Dec. 17-19 

"THE PIT AND THE 
PENDULUM" 

— together with — 
'PORTRAIT OF A SINNER" 



Wed. thru Tues. — Dec. 13-19 

AUDREY P 
HEPBURN - 

BREAKFAST 
"fIFFANYS 



Dec 16-2 P.M. 
CARTOON FESTIVAL 

plus 
GULLIVERS TRAVELS 




There ore dozens of women 
in our area who are not reg- 
ular beauty salon customers. 
They have a permanent wave 
professionally two or three 
times a year and o Set on very 
special occasions. The remain- 
der of the year they wash and 
set their own hair. Same have 
learned the art of using rollers 
and others still use pin curls. 
Most anyone con learn to use 
rollers but it takes a lot of 
practice to make a pin curt 
that will stay curled alter con- 
stant brushing. 

I know of a lot of women 
who have switched to a home 
permanent because they think 
the fault lies with a shop 
permanent. Regardless of what 
permanent they have a set will 
not hold so why spend the 
money, they say. They do admit, 
however, that when their hair 
has been set at a beauty salon 
it holds for at least, a week* 

We have no magic solutions 
that hold a wave so it must be 
the way the pin curls are made 
or the exact way the rollers ore 



THE STORY OF 



Billy Yank and Johnny Reb 

Don't Miss 
Our Civil War Display 

"The Blue and the Gray" 

THROUGH DECEMBER 26 AT OUR 
NORTH MASSAPEQUA OFFICE 



From the start of hostilities at Fort Sumter to the final 
surrender in Durham Station, the War Between the States 
was one of the greatest struggles in recorded history. 

During this year of the Centennial, we are pleased to 
present this colorful collection of Civil War mementos 
which illuminates those crucial years when the North 
and the South took up arms and fellow Americans faced 
each other on the battlefield. 

From the "Jeff Davis Hat" to the tintype of the "girl 
he left behind," the collection of Civil War memora- 
bilia now on view at this office of Hempstead Bank is 
one you won't want to miss. 

Hempstead Bank 

NORTH MASSAPEQUA OFFICE: 
Massapequa -Hicksvi Me Road at Duff Place 

Member VtJerai ticfiaul iiiMiraiitt CorpOMUt/tt 



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placed. You can't just pick up 
a wad of hair, put It on a roller 
and expect to have a set that 
holds a curl. A sloppy set only 
results In a sloppy hair-do. If 
you're having trouble keeping 
o set from one shampoo to 
another try having It done 
professionally for awhile and 
see If I'm not right. 

A beauty salon I s a wonder* 
ful ploce to relax, too. So, 
instead of reaching for a 
tranquallier reach for the phone 
and call us for an appointment. 
You'll be glad you did. 

Hazel Garnett 

Garnett Hair Stylist, Inc. 
639 Merrick Road 
Massapequa Pork 
LI 1 T 9223 paid adv. 



"CLE ANUP"(Cont. from pg. 1) 

condemned. The Board passed a 
resolution to this effect. 

An application to erect a gaso- 
line station on the Southeast comer 
of Lake Shore Drive across from 
Ivy House was submitted by Big 
Chief Lewis. The application will 
be turned over to the zoning board 
of Appeals since the area does not 
meet existing requirements. 

The Board also discussed last 
week's action when the old gaso- 
line station on the opposite corner 
owned by the Lewis firm was 
condemned if It is not cleaned 
up In the next 30 days. The Vil- 
lage crew will then go In and 
clean it up and charge the costs 
to the property owners. 




He Chose A Romantic Trip 




AND TRUSTED THE DETAILS TO 

BERGER TRAVEL AGENCY 



117 Front St. 



MASSAPEQUA PK. 



(opposite Long Island Railroad St,.) 

PY 9 - 8480 



the best perfume 
Paris has to offer 





ARPEGE 

by 

LANVIN 



I 'ar funis Arpege 
in l he sijuare bottle 
with the signet stopper 
yioz.- $12.50 
t oz. - 23.50 

Kan tie l.nnvin Arpege 
lu ilrencli you frfi[uenlly 
from top to toe.., in 
your favorite fragrance 
4et-t 6.00 
Boa.- 10-00 

Hit ftfut lift 



ARLO DRUG STORE 

THE REXALL STORE 

1022 PARK BLVD. t MASSAPEQUA PARK 



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PYramid 8-9444-9465 



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